After months of build-up, the Bloodline is finally scheduled to engage in a full-scale conflict in WWE Money In The Bank 2023. Jey Uso decided to support his brother Jimmy on the WWE SmackDown episode from June 16, superkick-ing Roman Reigns and formally leaving The Bloodline.
Paul Heyman watched in shock as Jimmy and Jey laid out Solo Sikoa and Roman while standing tall in the center of the ring. As WWE global champion Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa take on The Usos in a tag team match on July 1 at MITB in London, The Bloodline’s problems will reach probably an ultimate boiling point.
The Usos to lock horns with Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa at MITB
WWE Money In The Bank 2023 is ready for The Bloodline saga. The match was confirmed by WWE on Friday and was dubbed The Bloodline Civil War: In the aftermath of the Night of Champions events last month, Jey found himself in the middle of a conflict between Jimmy and his cousins, the Reigns.
As retaliation for The Usos losing the undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships to Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn in the Night One central event of WrestleMania 39, Reigns decided to battle for the belts alongside Sikoa at Night of Champions. “The Enforcer” lost it as The Usos intervened against Reigns’ desires and ended up unintentionally super-kicking Solo.
Bloodline Civil War Announced For WWE Money In The Bank 2023 https://t.co/b3jzLlNxej
— Fightful Wrestling (@Fightful) June 17, 2023
Jimmy gave Reigns a kick in response, and Zayn and Owens later won the match and kept the belts. Reigns and Sikoa effectively distanced themselves from Jimmy in the weeks that followed, leaving Jey to choose between supporting The Bloodline or his sibling.
On Friday’s SmackDown, Reigns and Paul Heyman promoted the idea that Jimmy was holding Jey back because he was being trained to eventually succeed him as The Tribal Chief. Jimmy and Jey laid down Reigns and Sikoa as the agenda came to an end, making it appear at first as though Jey agreed with the sentiment as he yelled at Jimmy that it was all a sham.
Family members will try to patch things up in one of the biggest games on a loaded Money in the Bank card now that the Bloodline has definitely split. Depending on what transpires at the event, The Bloodline as a faction may finally come to an end, which would seriously jeopardize Reigns’ almost 1,000-day reign as world champion.
Updated match card for WWE Money In The Bank 2023
The Money in the Bank bag was won by Austin Theory and Liv Morgan the previous year. While Theory was unable to cash in, Morgan used her Money in the Bank to defeat Ronda Rousey that same night to capture the Smackdown Women’s Championship.
The new Match Card for Money in the Bank 2023 may be seen here.
Firstly we have, Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder match – LA Knight vs Ricochet vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Butch vs Damian Priest vs Santos Escobar. Then there is the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder match: Bayley vs Becky Lynch vs Zoey Stark vs Iyo Sky vs Zelina Vega
And how can we forget, Cody Rhodes vs Dominik Mysterio followed by Seth Rollins vs Finn Bálor.
The ratified matches for (MITB) Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View are listed here. This is speculation, but Gunther vs. Matt Riddle for the IC Title may also take place at WWE Money In The Bank 2023. Moreover, following this week’s SmackDown broadcast, we may learn whether Jimmy Uso will face Roman Reigns.